#BanatLoves Farah Al Qassimi, (@frequentlyaskedquestion) an Emirati artist. A recent Yale graduate, Al Qassimi has thrown exhibitions both in America and across the Middle East. Her work is distinguished by zeal and certainty in conveying the fantastic and important in day to day life. She also explores how consumer culture seduces people, particularly women, with promises of beauty or self-improvement.
More Jerusalem, but inside the old city: markets, paintings, views, the western wall, and prayers written on paper people fold up inside the wall (including one of mine)
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Just fitting in on the streets of Tel Aviv by taking a couple's selfie on the sidewalk, def nothing to see here 👀👀 Also real talk: because a lotttt of you guys have asked about gay travel in Israel - our overall experience in Israel (both Jerusalem and Tel Aviv) has been amazing. Tel Aviv is like super super gay friendly and holding hands here feels as comfortable as it does in NYC or San Francisco. Jerusalem is more conservative, but still felt overall relatively safe. As with anywhere, be aware of your surroundings ... but our opinion is that you'd be more than fine in the metropolitan parts of this country. And to all you LGBTCuties out there- we love you!